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Carlow claims no contact on planning probe

No additional interviews or documentation have been sought from officials at Carlow County Council in the lifetime of the current government.

31st March, 2012

No additional interviews or documentation have been sought from officials at Carlow County Council in the lifetime of the current government, despite minister Phil Hogan's insistence that his department was progressing with an inquiry into planning irregularities at the local authority.

Carlow county manager Tom Barry told *The Sunday Business Post* that the council had received no contact from the Department of the Environment since the government downgraded the plans of the previous minister, John...

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